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OBJECTIVE To test whether a theory-based, literacy, and culturally tailored self-management intervention, Latinos en Control, improves glycemic control among low-income Latinos with type 2 diabetes.… (More)
PURPOSE This study explored self-reported barriers to diabetes self-management in a population of urban, low-income Puerto Rican individuals. METHODS A cross-sectional exploratory survey was… (More)
BackgroundUS Latinos have greater prevalence of type 2 diabetes (diabetes), uncontrolled diabetes and diabetes co-morbidities compared to non-Latino Whites. They also have lower literacy levels and… (More)
The authors evaluated a managed care model developed for use by community-based providers to improve health care outcomes for low-income Latinos with disabilities and chronic illnesses. Through this… (More)
PURPOSE To describe methods used to recruit and retain low-income Latinos in a randomized clinical trial (RCT) of a diabetes self-management intervention at 5 community health centers (CHCs) in… (More)
BACKGROUND Although identifying risk groups for sexually transmitted diseases based on age or race may be useful for targeting screening efforts, clinicians should recognize that even members of most… (More)